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    I'm so over this low gi diet. I'm craving watermelon and that is a definite NO NO.

    Boohoo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I'm so over this low gi diet. I'm craving watermelon and that is a definite NO NO.

    Boohoo!

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    EAT IT

    http://www.dummies.com/how-to/conten...on-glycem.html

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    Im sad that we had to cancel ds's first ever holiday but we just cant justify going when dh doesnt have a job. I guess hes too young to understand but its still sad, we had looked forward to taking him for so long

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    I think I'm in love with you.

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    If you're going to name your pet after an alcoholic beverage don't try and hide it behind some weird ar$e spelling that doesn't even come close to being phonetically correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Had to find the new thread... *grump*

    Hating DH at the moment for so many reasons- lack of interest, lack of help (home, activities, and school). Mainly the fact that whenever I try to have a conversation with him about these issues, he says I'm "attacking, and it's coming out of nowhere and I just can't do this"... Ya, sure mate. Telling you a week in advance that we need to have a discussion, and then being calm, polite and hopeful, and open to suggestions... hmm, yes I can see the attack.
    #husbandisamoron



    How old is he now? 8+ months?
    Maybe he is dropping all day naps?
    Little boy I used to mind, stopped having naps around 7.5 months. I used to put him in his cot anyway, once a day, for 40 mins or so, and he would play or chat away. At 9 months he stopped wanting to do that too though. So I had a "quiet corner" in the lounge (open plan house) where I could see him while I did other stiff.

    Having said that... after a few days of no naps, he would then need one for 1-3 days, then none again for a while. I just watched his cues which, admittedly, were very obvious.
    I'm sorry, I don't see this as helpful for heartstringz. I don't know of any 7 or 8 month old 'dropping' all day naps. Babies of this age still need their sleep for crucial brain development. This is not advice you should be putting any stock into heartstringz.

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    My car air con is on the blink. It's too hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    My car air con is on the blink. It's too hot.
    Does it work then go warm? Or warm all the time?


 

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